Hundreds of millions of dong are paid to the CEOs who work in the “hot business fields” such as finance and banking, power and oil and gas.
vendredi 16 novembre 2012
mercredi 22 février 2012
Vietnamese currency will be relatively more stable in 2012, the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) said in its report on the 2012 outlook on Vietnam's economy, which was announced on February 20.
samedi 11 février 2012
The dong has strengthened against the US dollar on both the official and black markets since the Tet (lunar new year) holidays.
lundi 9 janvier 2012
Vietnam's currency, the dong , could lose 5-6 percent of its value against the dollar this year, a government advisory agency predicted on Monday.
lundi 31 octobre 2011
As Vietnam battles galloping inflation and a plummeting currency, a new challenge has emerged -- a general collapse of confidence in the state's ability to heal the ailing economy.
dimanche 30 octobre 2011
Le Vietnam lutte pour reprendre le contrôle d'une inflation galopante et d'une monnaie en chute libre, mais au-delà de ces grands déséquilibres, le pouvoir combat un ennemi plus sournois: la perte de confiance des acteurs économiques.
lundi 24 octobre 2011
Vietnam’s dong had its worst week in two months as the central bank set the currency’s fixing lower in an attempt to narrow the gap between the official and unofficial exchange rates. Government bonds fell.
jeudi 20 octobre 2011
With the State Bank of Vietnam today increasing the interbank dollar exchange rate for the eighth time this month, the ceiling price at banks rose to VND20,930.
jeudi 8 septembre 2011
The dong looks stuck for now with the unappealing title of Asia's worst performing currency, despite moves by the central bank to dip into foreign reserves to bolster it.
lundi 5 septembre 2011
The international credit rating agency Standard & Poor's has announced its downgrade of Vietnam's local currency long-term rating from BB- to BB as it has recently revised the methodology and assumptions for rating sovereign governments.
lundi 15 août 2011
Vietnam's central bank wants to keep fluctuations in the dong to a minimum for the rest of this year, seeing its present value against the dollar as realistic, a local newspaper reported on Thursday.
mardi 9 août 2011
The counterfeit money detected in the bank systems and state treasury in the first half of this year has seen a decline over the previous years, newswire VnExpress reported.
jeudi 4 août 2011
Banks are facing huge foreign exchange balance risks as lending in the US dollar has been soaring while deposits in the greenback are dwindling, according to statistics from the central bank.
samedi 25 juin 2011
Vietnam's dong fell by the most in three weeks after Credit Suisse Group AG said the currency's recent stability will likely be temporary and it will resume weakening by end of the year. government bonds dropped.
vendredi 24 juin 2011
State-owned firms in communist Vietnam have been ordered to sell US dollars to commercial banks, official media said Thursday, to address a rising trade deficit and stabilise a weak currency.
lundi 21 février 2011
Vietnam's large currency devaluation this month will likely weaken asset quality at the country's banks, while exacerbating liquidity management problems, Moody's Investors Service said on Monday.
dimanche 20 février 2011
Vietnam's dong fell on speculation local companies were stepping up their buying of dollars to pay for imports. The government's benchmark bonds declined.
mardi 15 février 2011
The International Monetary Fund welcomed changes to Vietnam's currency regime and devaluation on Friday, but said the authorities needed a "broader set of policies" to restore macroeconomic stability.
samedi 12 février 2011
La Banque centrale du Vietnam a dévalué le dong de plus de 9% vendredi, pour la quatrième fois en l'espace de 15 mois dans un pays dont la monnaie reste sous la double pression de l'inflation et du déficit commercial.
Vietnam's devaluation of the dong yesterday by about 7 percent, the most since at least 1993, needs to be followed with steps to curb inflation, the International Monetary Fund and Citigroup Inc. said.
mardi 14 décembre 2010
The seemingly unstoppable decline in the value of Vietnam's currency, the dong, has finally been arrested over the past week. But economists and bankers question whether the more positive sentiment can last.
dimanche 12 décembre 2010
Vietnam's dong has gained "strongly" this month in the so-called black market after "tense signs" the previous month, the central bank said in a statement on its website today.
mardi 7 décembre 2010
HANOI — Vietnam's economic growth will be threatened unless the government can control rising inflation and currency weakness, donors warned on Tuesday.
samedi 6 novembre 2010
While banks continue quoting the US dollar at 19,500 dong, the greenback is changing hands on the unofficial market at a new record of nearly 21,000 dong yesterday afternoon.
The Vietnamese government has sat on its hands over recent weeks while its controlled currency, the dong, continued to slide in value on the black market, amid mounting concerns about inflation and a year-end shortage of dollars.
vendredi 5 novembre 2010
La Banque centrale vietnamienne a annoncé vendredi pour la première fois en un an une augmentation de son taux directeur de 8 à 9% pour faire face à une forte pression inflationniste et à un passage difficile pour sa monnaie, le dong.
jeudi 4 novembre 2010
HANOI—Vietnam's central bank said Thursday it will sell U.S. dollars on the local market to relieve pressure on the sliding Vietnamese dong, but a state official ruled out further devaluation of its currency this year.
samedi 23 octobre 2010
Vietnam’s inflation accelerated to a 19-month high, a sign that an August currency devaluation may be hurting efforts to restrain prices.
mercredi 20 octobre 2010
The State Bank of Vietnam has no plans to adjust the dollar/dong exchange rate, even though the dong's value has been dropping on the unofficial market, a state-run newspaper reported on Tuesday.
jeudi 14 octobre 2010
Vietnam's dong is about 2 percent cheaper to buy in the black market than the rate banks pay and devaluations are likely in 2011 to bring the official exchange rate into line, according to Credit Agricole CIB.
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